The Department of Biological Sciences offers three graduate programs:
Benefits of a graduate degree in Biological Sciences.
PhD in Molecular Bioscience
The PhD program emphasizes the application of molecular and cell biotechnology in studies on living systems.
MS in Biology
(with a Neuroscience track or a minor in Business Administration)
MS in Microbiology
The MS programs train students in basic research and teaching for careers in academic institutions or the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. The MS programs also provide a solid foundation for entry into PhD programs. Evening and weekend classes are available to accommodate both full-time and part-time students.
Seton Hall is dedicated to its mission of creating a home for the mind, the heart and the spirit. A vivid and exciting example of this mission is the $35 million dollar renovation of McNulty Hall, home of The Department of Biological Sciences. This new Science and Technology Center will provide students and faculty with an additional 35,000 square feet of space. The Center will boast one of the most innovative and energy-efficient teaching and research facilities for science and technology in the country. With its flexible labs, glass walls and “green” approach, this landmark building will power science and technology partnerships and education and discovery.
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